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  1. Add a little sass and texture to your crochet projects with this pretty floral folk art inspired 'Daisy Dukes' Granny Square made using treble crochet, Puff stitch and Bobble/Popcorn stitch. I just can't stop making this cute little textured Daisy flower Granny Square! They are so quick and easy to work up and add texture to your crochet projects. Full pattern on my blog! http://setfreemygypsysoul.blogspot.co.uk/2016/06/daisy-dukes-flower-granny-square-free-crochet-pattern.html
  2. Becky Morgan

    Woven Hearts

    These are a flat variation on those little Danish heart baskets. It wouldn't take much to make a whole lot in a hurry. They take maybe two yards of two different colors, any yarn, hook to suit the yarn, gauge unimportant. With Color #1: Ch 18. DC in fourth ch from hook and in next five ch. 9 DC in next ch. DC in each remaining chain to end. Fasten off, leaving a 6" tail. You should have a hairpin-shaped, two-legged piece with a round top. Do the same thing with color #2. Lay the pieces at right angles to each other and weave the legs. Tack down the ends with the tails you left. If you crochet them, it tends to leave odd-looking bumps, so this is one case where sewing looks better. Use them as you see fit, just don't sell the pattern or claim it's yours.
  3. Mamainastitch

    Bulky, one Skein Cowl

    In case anyone is looking to make a quick, chunky beginner cowl...here you go! http://www.mamainastitch.com/?p=285
  4. 11SarahN11

    Mesh Shirt

    My first piece where I used no pattern whatsoever! Completely my own creation! What do y'all think? I've posted my pattern on my blog here: http://whirlsandswirlsofpurls.blogspot.com/2014/04/mesh-shirt.html and on ravelry here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/mesh-shirt if anyone is interested
  5. 11SarahN11

    Super Quick, Easy Beanie

    So this is an easy beanie I designed really quickly and made because my teacher asked me to make her one to send to someone she knows, and since it's near the holidays, I didn't really have the time to go all out (in other words, I didn't have time to look for an actual pattern) so I just made a simple one, and I figured, "Hey, why don't I post this?" ... so I am I've posted my pattern to my blog here: http://whirlsandswirlsofpurls.blogspot.com/search?updated-min=2012-01-01T00:00:00-08:00&updated-max=2013-01-01T00:00:00-08:00&max-results=1 and ravelry here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/the-easiest-and-quickest-beanie-youll-ever-make if you're interested
  6. Aleksandra Chm

    Quick Little Doll

    Here's a doll I designed last year. It does not require much yarn, it's good if you have some leftovers. One photo is by me, one by ravelry user madebyrosie, who tested the pattern. You can find the free pattern ON MY FACEBOOK.
  7. I'm making Christmas ornaments for my hubby's friends and family this year, however I'm stumped on what to make for two of his Jewish male friends that live in Florida. I can't substitute a hat or scarf, they would not need it in southern Florida. A throw would take too much time (and money). Anything else I can think of seems too girly. Any ideas for a quick, easy project I could make for each of them that would be appropriate? Thanks so much!
  8. Chatty

    Bun Cap

    If you have long hair, like I do, and wind it into a bun on occasion, then this is the accessory for you. It uses a small amount of yarn and works up very easily and quickly. It's also my very first Ravelry store addition, I hope to add more in the future. This one is free, I can't always guarantee that though. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/bun-cap
  9. dbkn5

    Kiddie Socks

    Having fun making some new pairs of Kiddie Socks to be donated to a charitable cause. These are in Cascade Yarns "Fixation" cotton/elastic yarn on size F hook.
  10. Hi there! I just wanted to share with you a little xmas pattern you can find here: Little Xmas Star
  11. Simply Sophisticated Shells SimpleShellsDishcloth2102011.pdf Finished Size: 10 1/2" Across Skill Level: Easy Materials: · Sugar’n Cream Stripes Cotton Medium (worsted) weight yarn (2 oz/56.7 g/ 95 yds · H/8/5mm crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge · Tapestry Needle Pattern Notes: Chain 3 at beginning of each round counts as first double crochet. Special Stitches: Popcorn: Dc in indicated space 5 times, take hook out of loop and insert into first Dc made, then back into the dropped loop. Pull the loop through the first Dc. Shell: (2 Dc, Ch2, 2 Dc) in indicated space.V-St: (Dc, Ch1, Dc) in indicated space. Gauge: First 3 rounds of pattern = 2 ½” Across Instructions: Rnd 1: Ch2, 5 Sc in second Ch from Hk; Join with Sl St in first Sc. (5 Sc) Rnd 2: Ch3, Dc 4 times in same St as Sl St (base of Ch3), take hook out of loop and insert into first Dc made (top of Ch3), then back into the dropped loop. Pull the loop through the first Dc, Ch2 , *Popcorn in next Sc, Ch2*; Repeat from * to * 4 times. Join with Sl St in top of beg Ch3. Sl St in next Ch2 Sp. (5 Popcorn Sts, 5 Ch2 Sps) Rnd 3: Ch3, (1 Dc, Ch2, 2 Dc) in same Sp as Sl St, Ch1, [shell in next Ch2 Sp, Ch1] 4 times. Join with Sl St in top of beg Ch3. Sl St in next Dc and Ch2 Sp. (5 Shells) Rnd 4: Ch3, (1 Dc, Ch2, 2 Dc) in same Sp as Sl St, V-St in next Ch1 Sp, [shell in next Ch2 Sp, V-St in next Ch1 Sp] 4 times. Join with Sl St in top of beg Ch3. Sl St in next Dc and Ch2 Sp. (5 Shells, 5 V-Sts) Rnd 5: Ch3, (1 Dc, Ch2, 2 Dc) in same Sp as Sl St, (Ch1, Shell) in each Ch1 and Ch2 Sp around, Ch1. Join with Sl St in top of beg Ch3. Sl St in next Dc and Ch2 Sp.(10 Shells) Rnd 6: Ch3, (1 Dc, Ch2, 2 Dc) in same Sp as Sl St, V-St in next Ch1 Sp, [shell in next Ch2 Sp, V-St in next Ch1 Sp] 9 times. Join with Sl St in top of beg Ch3. Sl St in next Dc and Ch2 Sp. (10 Shells, 10 V-Sts) Rnd 7: Repeat rnd 5. (20 Shells) Rnd 8: Ch3, (1 Dc, Ch2, 2 Dc) in same Sp as Sl St, V-St in next Ch1 Sp, [shell in next Ch2 Sp, V-St in next Ch1 Sp] 9 times. Join with Sl St in top of beg Ch3. Sl St in next Dc. (20 Shells, 20 V-Sts) Note: Shell in the V-Sts, and Sl St in Ch2 Sp of the each Shell. Rnd 9: [sl St in next Ch2 Sp, Shell in next Ch1 Sp] 20 times. Join with Sl St in first Sl St of round. (20 Shells, 20 Sl Sts not including joining Sl St) Fasten off leaving at least 6” and weave in ends securely with tapestry needle.
  12. Had this pattern for sale in my shop but decided to make it free. Hopefully more people can use it now. Materials: “E” Crochet Hook “F” Crochet Hook for large size wrist warmer 2 Skeins Sassy Stripes - Crush or comparable yarn. Tapestry Needle for weaving in ends Stitch Marker Stitches Used: Ch, Sl St, Sc, FPDC, BPDC. Always check your gauge!!! Gauge: 5 sc = 1 inch 6 sc rows = 1 inch Pattern Notes: Do Not join rounds unless instructed to do so. Be sure to mark the The 5 ½ feet of yarn you measured off before chaining 32 will remain connected to the work to be used later for edging. This makes at least 2 less ends to weave in later. Sc next 2 Sc together - counts as one stitch. Instructions: Right Hand: Measure off 5 ½ feet of yarn, Do Not Cut!! Bundle up yarn and tie in a way that will keep the yarn neat and tidy but that will allow you to use later. Ch 36 (Leaving the yarn you measured off for an edging). Join with sl st in first Ch. Make sure the ch is not twisted. Rnd 1: Ch1, Sc in same st as Sl St and in each Ch around, Do not join. Mark first St of each rnd with marker. (36 Sc) Rnd 2-16: Sc in each Sc around. (36 Sc) Rnd 17: Sc in next 7 Sc, Ch14, Skip next 4 Sc, Sc in last 25 Sc. (32 Sc, 4 Skipped Sc, 14 Ch) Rnd 18: Sc in each Sc and Ch around Rnd 19-21: Sc in each Sc around. (46 Sc) Rnd 22: Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next 2 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together (Sc in next 3 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together) around. (36 Sc) Rnd 23-26: Sc in each Sc around, Join with Sl St to first sc- marked sc. Sl St around post of first Sc. (36 Sc) Rnd 24: Ch3, BpDc around next Sc, (FpDc around next Sc, BpDc around next Sc) around, Sl St in top of Beg Ch 3, Sl St around Fp of Beg Ch 3. Rnd 25-32: Ch3, BpDc around next Dc, FpDc around next Dc, BpDc around next Sc) around, Sl St in top of Beg Ch 3, Sl St around Fp of Beg Ch 3 (omit “Sl St around Fp of Beg Ch 3" on rnd 32). Fasten Off and Weave in ends. Thumb: Rnd 1: Join yarn in the 3rd Sc of Rnd 17, Ch1, Sc in same space, Space 22 Sc evenly around thumb opening, Do Not Join. Mark first St of each rnd with marker. (23 Sc) Rnd 2: Sc in next 2 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next 15 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next 2 Sc. (21 Sc) Rnd 3: Sc in next Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next 15 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next Sc. (19 Sc) Rnd 4: Sc in next Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next 13 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next Sc. (17 Sc) Rnd 5- 8: Sc in each Sc around. At end of last rnd, Join with Sl St to first sc marked sc. Rnd 9: Sl St in each Sc around. End with Sl St in first Sl St. Fasten Off. Weave in ends. Edging: Using length of yarn measured off in beginning, bring up a loop in the opposite side of base chain, Chain 1, Sc in each loop of base Chain. (You will have 36 Sc for the edging around the fingers). Instructions: Left Hand: Measure off 5 ½ feet of yarn, Do Not Cut!! Bundle up yarn and tie in a way that will keep the yarn neat and tidy but that will allow you to use later. Ch 36 (Leaving the yarn you measured off for an edging). Join with sl st in first Ch. Make sure the ch is not twisted. Rnd 1: Ch1, Sc in same st as Sl St and in each Ch around, Do not join. Mark first St of each rnd with marker. (36 Sc) Rnd 2-16: Sc in each Sc around. (36 Sc) Rnd 17: Sc in last 25 Sc, Ch14, Skip next 4 Sc, Sc in next 7 Sc.(32 Sc, 4 Skipped Sc, 14 Ch) Rnd 18: Sc in each Sc and Ch around Rnd 19-21: Sc in each Sc around. (46 Sc) Rnd 22: Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next 2 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together (Sc in next 3 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together) around. (36 Sc) Rnd 23-26: Sc in each Sc around, Join with Sl St to first sc- marked sc. Sl St around post of first Sc. (36 Sc) Rnd 24: Ch3, BpDc around next Sc, (FpDc around next Sc, BpDc around next Sc) around, Sl St in top of Beg Ch 3, Sl St around Fp of Beg Ch 3. Rnd 25-32: Ch3, BpDc around next Dc, FpDc around next Dc, BpDc around next Sc) around, Sl St in top of Beg Ch 3, Sl St around Fp of Beg Ch 3 (omit “Sl St around Fp of Beg Ch 3" on rnd 32). Fasten Off and Weave in ends. Thumb: Rnd 1: Join yarn in the 3rd Sc of Rnd 17, Ch1, Sc in same space, Space 22 Sc evenly around thumb opening, Do Not Join. Mark first St of each rnd with marker. (23 Sc) Rnd 2: Sc in next 2 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next 15 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next 2 Sc. (21 Sc) Rnd 3: Sc in next Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next 15 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next Sc. (19 Sc) Rnd 4: Sc in next Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next 13 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next Sc. (17 Sc) Rnd 5- 8: Sc in each Sc around. At end of last rnd, Join with Sl St to first scmarked sc. Rnd 9: Sl St in each Sc around. End with Sl St in first Sl St.Fasten Off. Weave in ends. Edging: Same as edging for right hand. This Pattern is copyrighted to Julee Reeves, December, 2008. Pattern is for personal (gifts and that sort of thing) and charity use only. If you would like to sell the finished item please contact me for permission. If permission to sell the finished item is granted it may not be sold online (only at craft fairs, farmers markets, Etc. ). Thank you!! Julee Reeves (J.R. Designs)
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